An idyllically situated unlisted twin oast, set amidst glorious gardens with a detached cottage and former dairy.
Trillinghurst Oast is a substantial twin kiln oast conversion which occupies an idyllic rural setting amidst stunning gardens and fields, providing the perfect environment for an array of flora and fauna. Now coming to the market for the first time in 60 years, this extremely versatile property comprises the principal four bedroom house believed to date from the late 19th century and enjoying wonderful views from nearly every aspect, a pretty detached weatherboarded cottage and a flexible former dairy. Whilst enjoying its magical setting, the property is only 1.5 miles away from the popular village of Goudhurst and it falls within Cranbrook School catchment area.
Internal accommodation comprises; southerly facing reception rooms including a dining room with French doors opening to the terrace, a study, a home office/reading room and a sitting room, situated within one of the roundels. On the first floor there is an excellent 30ft drawing room with convector fire and picture windows to either end, affording superb views to both aspects.
Off the inner hall, double doors open to a conservatory and several steps lead up to versatile roundel bedroom four. The well proportioned farmhouse-style kitchen/breakfast room, enjoying wonderful views, has an electric double oven, a four ring hob and space for various appliances. There is also a north facing walk-in larder with slate shelving and store cupboard. Completing the ground floor is a bathroom, a lobby/boot room with tongue and groove panelling and painted seat storage and a boiler room.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, including the principal roundel bedroom suite with fitted cupboards, dressing area and double shower. The remaining bedrooms are served by a family bathroom and separate WC.
Trillinghurst Oast is approached over a cattle grid, where a long drive and open fields to either side, winds around to the parking at the front of the house. The beautiful gardens and grounds, extending to over 7 acres, are an outstanding feature of the property, having been thoughtfully designed and planted they seamlessly merge more formal parts with the wildflower areas. There are deep herbaceous borders, rose beds, box topiary and an array of ancient and specimen trees including oaks, hawthorn and crab apple. Tucked away behind hedging, is a kitchen garden and compost area. An orchard, planted with apples, pears, plums and cobnut trees lies to the north of the gardens with lovely views towards Goudhurst.
A former dairy has been converted and is currently used as a function/recreation room, a wonderful space with open fire to one end, a store room and utility area. This building offers immense potential, subject to relevant planning consents. There is also a double open bay garage with a garden shed.
Trillinghurst Cottage is a very pretty weatherboarded cottage which nestles in the midst of one of the fields. Internally, it features an open plan kitchen/dining sitting room with wood burning stove, a double bedroom, bathroom and store room. There a small private area of garden enclosed by picket fencing and parking.
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The location of this property sets it apart from so many and the gardens and wild flower meadows are a beautiful additionDuncan PetrieProperty agent